The occurrence of impotence not only leads to patients' lack of self-confidence, inferiority complex, and low spirits, but also threatens the relationship between husband and wife, causing family discord. Therefore, once a male has symptoms of impotence, timely treatment in a regular hospital is crucial. So, what harm can impotence cause to men? Let's listen to the experts' introduction.
The main hazards of impotence include the following:
1. Disrupting sexual relationships: Male patients with symptoms of impotence have a sharp decline in confidence. The emergence of impotence leads to the fact that couples' lives are not normal, not only troubling men's physical and mental health, but also related to gender harmony and happiness. If normal physiological needs are not released and vented, cracks may appear in daily life, and in serious cases, marriage may break down.
2. Loss of confidence: Increasing the severity of premature ejaculation can make men feel "incompetent", resulting in psychological disorders, decreased self-confidence, and even more severe illness, forming a vicious cycle. There are also some patients with premature ejaculation who cannot be treated in a timely manner, or who experience mental fear and anxiety due to one or two premature ejaculations. They even believe that failure of sexual performance will further exacerbate the condition, leading to sexual dysfunction such as impotence and low sexual function.
3. Health impact: Chronic diseases often accompany impotence. According to clinical research, most patients with impotence also suffer from other chronic diseases. There are many factors that cause impotence. Unhealthy physical conditions, psychological states, and unscientific lifestyles can all lead to impotence to varying degrees, which is manifested in the early stages of impotence. If impotence is not effectively treated, prevented, and alleviated in a timely manner, these long-standing problems will eventually erupt in all.
4. Affect fertility: Having impotence is equivalent to having infertility symptoms, and sperm egg combination is the basis for breeding new life. Male patients with impotence have difficulty erecting their penises and transporting sperm to the cervix of the female, making it difficult to bear the next generation. For patients with mild illness, the common symptom is that their erections are not strong enough to barely complete sex.
At this time, male patients' physiological functions are in an unhealthy state, and sperm quality is poor, making it difficult to ensure the breeding of healthy young lives. It can be seen that impotence symptoms not only affect the fertility of patients, but also may affect the health of the next generation of patients.